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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1891
tUnger, ociom, mid public apeaker no
A)ct' Clitrry rrctornl. II li tlio fnvorlto
remedy lor liiwrMiirM niul nil nlTrrtlimi of
Uic tocal organi, throat, niul lung. A nn
AtKxIynn ntul cHotoriU, I ho rltocli ot
l preparation nn nmptty rrnllteil.
"Ayr r's Cherry Pectoral hni iloup ni grent
imod. It N n splendid remedy fur nil dli
caic of the tliront ntul liini!. and I have
much pleasure In t(Mtll)lii(t to in mcrlti."
(Ilcv.) & N. Nlcholi, No. TMniry, Mns.
'In my protonloti of nit auctioneer, nity
affection of the oleoot tliront M n anions
mutter, but, nl ench nttnek, I Imvo been rr
licked ly n few time of A)cr' Clicrry
1'ectornl. TliM remedy, w ltd ordinary enre,
lint worked Mich niiMRlrnl effect Hint I Imto
mirTervd my llllle Ineoiuciilenee. I linto
alio uwl It In my family, with ury excel
lent revilln, In rough, cohl, &c." Win. II.
ynartly, Mlnlnton, ho. Atutrall.i.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
DR. J. O. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mmi,
Hold ly nil lira gglu. l'tlco 1 ! l liuttliv &.
Never Buy a fiarpet
UNTIL VOr IIAVi: SKKN TIIK
Exposition Carpet House!
ALL TIIK N'KWKST KI-'FKCTS IN
COLORINGS AND )IJ.IONS
vc idiow nil the ncwet thing In .unite
ilmpo, niul hnvc nn attractive line of
Always see tlio Exposition Carpet Store
A novelty of
value to cverj
lean; of Intel ct
to every citizen
plain bowl. $4
the Cnpltol I
In b a relief,
tpllt rnll ( o r
h n nil 1 e , ur
m o u n 1 0 il by
innul and v ilge
a historical re
minder of Pres
A large line of
spoon In Hock .
1035 0 Bt
Sow -J O
. Q 8
Si OQ o
'. U 4,
,1 Itymlar lltr of .Uoifcru 77iiiri
Ad Iri'M all com-iiniiiettlon direct in the nltlw
Wicnhicl, Pkintino Co,
Courier HiiltdliiK, IIM S HI reel.
I,. Wkkhki., Ju., Editor nnd Hole I'roprletor.
Kntcreilntthn I'oMollIco of Uncoil1 Nth.,
ni'coiicl clii matter.
POPULATION OF LINCOLN, 65,000.
Cm Htfiniid curtain
llerH)llithiier A Co'h,
In nevrnt dt'l)ftin nt
MIm (J. J. UulliiiHtte, lm.IMe, Imttn MliK'k
over Miller & 1'iiliie. Tnko elovntor.
liny your uriH-erlei, teiu, eolTeei, etc., from
"The Diamond V now mid fretli stock, nt 1110
Henry Ilnipliatn, linrne4, snddtcrv mid
turfitood. MJ ninth ICIoventlistieot,iippoilte
Call on Ileiiiy llarplmiii, ll'J north Kiev
entli street, opH))lto Capital Hotel for lly
nets, simimer lnprolN4 mid c:rrlnKu hlp,
Our work sHnk for Itself. It needi no
brat? or blunter, simply your oimi opinion
nlll testify to its meilts. The Httl.ll, I.o
Urnndt) Ison tlio uround Moor, centrally lo-
catul mid n beantlf ill place. Call mid seo lis
nt 12 1 south Tw elf til street.
The Hndlent Homo U no ne fnko but lias
nn established reputation for economy nud
benuty, Dunham A: Iluck, sol agents, ll',Ml O
Con! of every slm from the belt mines
in Ohio, Kentucky, lIllnoN, MIsouii, CoUirn
do mid WyoiuliiK for salo by Geo. A. liny
iner. Telephone il'.K). Olllco Mill O stiwt.
Hlcycls of nil kind mid nil makes skill
fully repaired on short notice. Wrencl-.es,
oil enns, tire nnd other supplies always for
(ale nt Oeoino A: Klshcttc, Wi O street.
Don't fall to we the duo dlspUy or Carvers
tnblo cutlery, tea nud coh"ee pots shown by
HiiiIko & Morris.
Kdw. J. Collluiou, iilano tuner, with Crnu
rer'n nit nnd music store. !Wl South 11th st.
nerynt lowest prices.
,t Co'h line luilll-
Henry Hnipham, Hcllsxood hnruess for
good iiiouoy, nUo poor hnrnes for Rood
For tlrt-clsi piano tuning leavo orders nt
Cmncer's art nud music store, !Wl South llth
Mih Mlnchnrt nt Iloipjlsheituer
for lino mlll'iiery.
Niw liresvniiikliiu rarlors.
Mis Walters, late of Memphis, has located
In Llucplu- mid opened n handsome sulto of
dres. makiliR parlors In tho Kennard Block,
Jtat noiitli Twelfth tiiot. Mls Wiiltern
i-oiues excellently ivcoinniendod, havluR held
tho trade for mverul cars of tlw most pram
lueiit ladles of Tenuesv.'o'ii capital city. Thb
Indy is nlo soinew hat known in Lincoln, nil
of whom spenk in tho highest prnlso of her
woik. Her iarlois nro now ready, nud tho
ladles nro invited to will and se the class o
work executed and becoinu jinstel on pre
Ke niul Ear Surgeon.
Dr. W. L. Dayton, oculist and nunst, 1'Jftl
O stiwt, telephone ,17ft, Lincoln, Xebr.
Nothing adds so much to the charm of
music n n piano being proerly tuned, and
nothing is better for the instrument than to
Imvo a competent tuner attend to it. Mr,
Eihv. J. Colleuon, for the jwst ten years
connected with eastern factories ns an ex
pert In piano tuning, (olciiig nud repnriug,
is now with Crancer.' art and iniiilo stDie,
,'-.! 1 south llth street. Mr. Collemon's east
ern ork was too confining, nud he Is now to
become n resident of our beautiful city. He
comes highly recomeuded nnd we trust all
who appreciate good timing will give him a
The Union I'Hrllto H) stem.
Has placed in dally service n solid train be
tweeu Lincoln nud Sioux City making cloe
connections nt Columbus with mnlii line
trains for nil point wet, with Alblou, Cedar
Haplds, Old nud Grand Island nud branches,
except Sundays. Lincoln mid Sioux City
dally connects cloely In union depot, Sioux
City, with the evening trains of connecting
lines for the not th nnd east. For full partic
ulars apply at 1014 O street or at depot.
The Hot Aiirluvs of llukutM.
These springs aie rapidly becoming famous
on account or tlie wonderful curative proper
ties of the water, mid the many marvelous
cures which htve been effected by the ther
The tow it nml springs are lelightfully situ
ated hi n picturesque valley In the Mack
Hills country, abounding In beautiful ictuh
etTeots, mid a' an altitude of 3,-100 feet above
the tea level; thu Insuring a pure utinix
phere and exlillaiatln; climate, absolutely
free from inaUrla,
Under the enteiprllng nnd progressive
management of the Hot Springs company
many desirable improvement have I wen
niiulej among the number the erection of n
commodious bath hou; tltted up with nil
modern convenience for the comfort of j
guet. New hotels have been built and com-
fortably furnished throughout, conducted In
IbstM-'lavs stylo and at reasonable rates,
Thoe who prefer stopping at a pilvate houe
ulll llml tiinnv ilJrnhlrt
whoie oood neeniniiioditloni nro furnished
at moderate plce.
The superior dally service now afforded by
the Uurllngton Uoute to not Springs, with
through sleeping car necouuuo.'atlout from
OnialmHI,lncolu, Auroia and Grand Island,
makes the trip an easy ami enjoyable one;
and for the benellt of nil who desire to test
the ellloacy of the waters, round nip ticket
at reduced late, good for ninety days are
now oil Nile nt nil otllces of the Jlurlliifiton
For pamphU-t, descriptive of tlio spring,
and full Information as to rates, time, etc.,
apply to any agent of the conquny, or to
J, Fkancis, Gen't !Wr& Tk't Agt.,
FASHIONS OF THE DAY.
A !Mii Hllh Tun down with VTnltnan
IInoIc An KiikIIsIi Top Coal l,ctjr'
Kelliiilr-Mher Mnttnri That Will
lift l.f Inlrrr!.
Nkw Yohk. Oct, S. This week Inn
bcuii cluirnutorir.i.'tl by ninny "opening."
with not many novoltles to show, but It
bus been m hot that tlio buyer, wero not
hero lieforu, rto tho things nro nil now to
thoin nt least
A dainty tun Kv.'n of which I ob
tained ii picture in of tfrny niul Krcn
HtrlK.'d Cliiim silk It In cut in prince
style in front nnd on the slilea, but tin
back Inn a modified Wntteiiu. which U
aliown in the engraving The front Is
of plaits of salmon pink crepo do chine,
KNOI.HII TOI'COAT KKDINOOTK.
with n Jnbot of Inco down onch sldo. A
bolt of ribbon of suitable color, reaching
from under thu Wuttettti in tho back nnd
tying loosely in front, with long loop.
nud ends, would mid to thu lightness of
this gown Any color and any material
is milted to this design, and chiffon ruf
fles down the Hides would bo very pretty
Instead of the lace
Chiffon is worn more than over, ami
with reason, for nothing could oxcoed
its fineness and delicacy oxcept cobwobs
as they lio over lillea in the early morn
ing Party dresses will bo innde of
them, and thoy will be worn over col
ored taffeta slips or whito, Painted
chiffon is beautiful, and so is the paint
ed laco. As a matter of fact neither is
painted, but the colored figure, are just
printed on. and it look like painted
work Dlnck and cream nil-silk gauze
with silk velvet dots, spots and figures,
or satin stripes, are now materials for
party dresses for young ladies It is also
seen in vivid red Sometimes the spot
are red nnd sometimes blank, and some
times thoy are mixed
Tho majority of forehanded ladles
have got their autumn wrapsnll ready
nnd now begin to look lor their warm '
winter clonks nnd wrap The English I
topcoat will be intuit worn, made of j
thick drab or gray coachman's cloth
Tlie style also admits of the use of fawn
and Lincoln green, with black velvet
collars and pocket lids This garment
must lit to absolute perfection or it fails
in it mission It is lined with satin or!
surah or farmer's satin. Under the
waist a tight chamois vest can bo worn '
cui very cold days It requires the neat-'
est tailor stitching nud finish When it j
has all these it is the handsomest coat !
a young lady could havo
A long coat or redingote for a ladv
young or old, is innde of figured or plain
woolen mnterial, and cut with a prin
cess bnck and straight front which
laps over to the left. If the coat 19
made of winter cheviot n band of fur the
nearest possible in color to the goods a
an elegant trimming Velvet and pltirdi
come next, or the garment can be mane
quite plain down the front with only
two rows of buttons, making it donhlo
breasted. It is quite ns stylish with
plain coat sleeves.
CHINA Hll.K TKA OOWN
1 no nous uiaiio ot cock plumes nro j
very popular and seen everywhere. Thoy
ndd all that U needed in the way of
something fluffy mound the neck. There
are otlfers of the long flues of ostrich '
plumes, nud an unlimited amount in fur
bealsklu will be made into capes of the I
! Tudor style, mid hang loosely to tho
knees The silk seal plush looks quite
ns handoine and is far more healthy to
i the general wearer, and where fashion
in tho shntw of fur wraps change with
every season, unless one has unlimited
wealth It is better to get a hamUoino
seal pluh each year in tlie new styles
The payMtutie capes will hat en rage
1 mean the gray and dark, rough frieze
like 1 interials. and will be worn to late
nutuimi 'Raveling ulsters are of die
viotsanA homespun. In faint or invisible
plaid Oi.ivk llAitrm.
lM l ) mil
Im If Kf' &
ill. nllil i
Tltfi InlrrrsthiK Tliliif Tliry Had liTll
"Haven Kood tlmol"
"Ixivolyl Did youf"
"Wliero'd jou go?"
"To the country thu loveliest old farm,
house and the must leuutlfiil woods.
Whcro'd you not"
"To the seashore.'1
"Yes, Indeed Had tho loveliest time I
ever had in all my life."
"Did you batho"
"llathof Well, I should say sol In every
day unco nud somctlmcM twice."
"Did you enjoy Itf"
"Oh, It was Just grandl"
"Didn't you feel awfully the first time
you put on n bathing suit nnd went out Iks
"Oh, jes, but one soon geta over It.
Ilow'd you like the country?"
"Oh. It win lovely!"
"Well, the seashore's Iwiititlfttl too."
"Hut It's real nice to bo nt homo again,
"Oil, ever so nice."
"Homo's the best plnconf lentil, Isn't itf"
"Yes, It Just Is."
"I think so too."
"So do I."
"Yoti'ro coming soon to ueo mof"
"Yes, real soon."
"Hut don't you wait for mo."
"Oh, I won't I'm coming over real
"Dol I'vn got lots to tell you."
"I've hundreds of things to tell you.
"Itomeinbor you goodby."
"Goodby." Detroit Free Press,
Trjlnu to lie l'tiUto.
Love is never satisfied until It gets loth
nrtns full. Dallas News
It Is singular how a surgeon retains hU
popularity when ho so often cuts his
friends. Lowell Courier.
A great many men arc like new ground
do bettor after thoy are broken up. Co
"1 wish 1 was n man," said a woman tho
other day. "It is always fashionable for
them to be comfortable." St. Louis Ho
An epitaph for a faithful tram car con
ductor he took his last fare well. Gal
The woods used to bo full of balloon no
robats, but thoy seem to bo falling off rap.
idly. Yonkors Statesman.
The coco.tutit Is one of tho largest nuts,
but we have been a nutmeg grater. Lowell
One of the most expensive tilings in this
life Is tho reverse curve on the bottom of a
champagne bottle. Hotou Transcript.
The family tree cannot bo depended on
for Iward. Indianapolis Journal.
"Then you take no stock In Mis Pretty
faco' attraction" "Not till I kuow her
par' value." Hiltlmore American.
Tim Much .nxlut).
Tho famous Kngtish physician, Sir Ed
ward Qualii. when quite a joung man, was
placed In tumpoiary charge of a patient,
and full ot the weight of his unaccustomed
;c'j.or,x!b'.!!ty, htcouriUr-.iice gr;w longer
nnd longer When ho was leaving one day,
the lady' husband followed him. "I
greatly appicclnte the anxiety you feel for
my poor wife," he whlspeuil, "but please
don't let her see it again, for after you had
left the room she asked me if you wile the
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
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cannot he surpassed and our prices are so uniformity low that
it is to your interest to see our stock before purchasing.
Our I3esseiner Suit
lias gained a popularity never equalled by any Boys1 Suit. It
is especially intended for boys
Do not tail to see this suit. We
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